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to proper treatment. people like norman lear, david broder, and e.j. dionne, and richard cohen of the "washington post," michiko kakutoni of the "new york times," a wonderful name, are all saying the same thing: that we cannot go on the way we have been. we cannot expect to father children out of wedlock and bring them up in some kind of moral order and atmosphere that will promote the general welfare. we just cannot continue to operate as a totally secular society without at least considering the things of god and the ten commandments and some of these other eternal truths. and so i find this very, very hopeful when bill bennett has a book on the best seller list called "the book of virtues," or when norman lear says what we really need in america is a new examination of spiritual principles or a spiritual renewal. so i'm very optimistic and hopeful. >> at the same time "the book of virtues" is on the best seller list, you have a howard stern book on the best seller list. it's not there anymore, but how do you explain that? >> well, i think it's a question of the wheat and the
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